Has a way of blunting its worst instincts, of undercutting its bad turns with humor and, yes, honest-to-goodness feeling that makes even its bumpiest stretches surprisingly enjoyable.
Getter Robo G (TV)
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Great Mazinger tai Getter Robo G - Kuuchuu Dai-Gekitotsu (movie) (spinoff)
Shogun Warriors (U.S. manga)
Getta Robo G (Japanese)
Jet Robot (Italian)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Emperor Burai of the Hyakki Empire threatens to take over Earth, and it's up to Ryo, Hayato, and newcomer Benkei to stop him with the new Getter Robo G.
User Ratings: 30 ratings have been given [details]
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 39
Episode titles: We have 39
Vintage: 1975-05-15 to 1976-03-25
"Getter Robo" by Isao Sasaki
"Fumetsu no Machine Getter Robo" by Isao Sasaki
"Warera no Getter Robo" by Isao Sasaki
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 1
Licensed in 1980 by Jim Terry Productions as part of the Force Five series.
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